any large shift in the us will affect cananda but to a lesser degree. Personally I believe the govt. should stay out. As far as corporations signing deals for specific content etc... I don't have a problem with it as long as they inform customers. AOL's whole business model in the 90's was get people while they are new and give them the content in a way that makes them dependand in the future. So AOL was serving up its own content from its own servers and passing it off as the internet. The AOL client base was kept ignorant of how to ween itself off so when you couldn't get AOL access they created BYOA (bring your own access). So you pay for an internet connection and then you pay for aol on top of it. That is just stupid.
But what if you got your connection for much much less, or even free, because it was subsidized by a corporation which wanted you to use their service instead of another company. If it's ok with you then take the less expensive service. If it is not then don't, demand unfiltered pure service. It really is that simple. people cast their votes one dollar at a time. If nobody wants the other brand, the other brand goes away.
Essentially just leave the government out of it and